Property Rights, Consumption and the Market Process

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2008 - Law - 192 pages
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In this book David Emanuel Andersson undertakes the difficult task of reconciling institutional theories of property rights, transaction costs and norms, with Austrian economics, Lancaster s consumer theory, regional economics and evolutionary economics.
 

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Contents

1 Attributes entrepreneurship and institutions
1
2 Attributes and the theory of economic property rights
25
3 Property rights institutions and coordination costs
57
4 Production attributes and the capital structure
82
5 Entrepreneurship attributes and judgement
99
6 Individual choice and consumption attributes
116
7 Institutions and the demand for consumption attributes
137
References
160
Index
171
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David E. Andersson is an economist with the World Economics Institute in Taipei.
Jessie P.H. Poon is Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and the Canada-US Trade Center, University of Buffalo-SUNY.

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